Raising the standard of healthcare and education in Eastern Europe, particularly Romania
The Transylvanian Autism Association is located in Cluj-Napoca and is run by Founder Milena Pruna and Nicoleta Niste. They each have a child with autism.
The Association provides essential therapy to many children with early diagnosis of autism. In 2013 the Association established the first school in Romania dedicated to the needs of these children.
Since 2013 the CSEF has upgraded ten rooms (four classrooms, four therapy rooms, two sensory rooms) and two long corridors for the Association. The charity plans to maintain and develop these new facilities during 2016. Here you can see the results of the upgrades.
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